Location and mailing address:

Together Louisiana
2721 S. Broad St.
New Orleans, LA 70125

General email address: [email protected]

Organizer: Broderick Bagert

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  • Georgia Piehler
    commented 2024-02-06 11:41:09 -0600
    How can I get involved? Thanks
  • Kathryn Grigsby
    commented 2023-11-09 20:26:54 -0600
    Fabulous opportunity! Be there! Thanks. Connect to the Zoom meeting at 8:30 a.m. 11/10 8:30 am
    US ENERGY Secretary Jennifer Granholm has confirmed: she will take part in a TLA Community Lighthouse event in LaPlace next week.
  • john dip
    commented 2023-10-18 05:56:11 -0500
    Lowe’s customer feedback survey is the process of getting customers honest feedback to understand their satisfaction level on their recent visit to Lowe’s. They recently introduced an official online survey website, i.e.,, and customers who participated in the Lowes survey will get a $500 gift card for free.
  • Beryl Hebert
    commented 2021-10-25 11:09:02 -0500
    Hi! can you send the presentation on the four constitutional amendments or a link to access? Thanks! – Beryl
  • Helen Owens
    commented 2021-07-14 10:40:49 -0500
    We were unable to attend the meeting last evening, we want to be involved in this project.
    How is that done. Center of Jesus the Lord, at Our Lady of Good Counsel Church, 1307 Louisiana Avenue, New Orleans
  • Laura Walton
    commented 2021-04-16 14:46:35 -0500
    I want to get involved, how can I do that? I am an educator, Retired Veteran, Mom, and a lover of this state; but we must make some changes to our taxes — so that the money goes to the places where it is needed….but we cannot do that if we do not collect it from corporations!
  • Narva Smith
    commented 2021-02-13 09:46:35 -0600
    I suppose this is the appropriate place to make suggestions for community concerns. I am concerned about the need for spiritual growth in our communities and how to help low income communities with taking care of their homes and property. Have you heard of the National Church Adopt a School Initiative? It prepares churches across the country to impact communities by using public schools as the primary vehicle for effecting positive change in urban youth and families. Training is held annually in the Dallas area at Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship. I would be happy to be your contact person to get information for the next training if you are interested. If you need more information I’m sure they can be reached on line. Thank you for all you do to make Baton Rouge and Louisiana all that God intends it to be. I pray continuously for our state and city.
  • Ron Perritt
    commented 2020-09-23 20:51:39 -0500
    After the accountability meeting tonight, I went to the website to see how easy it would be to find how to join a particular group. Of those groups I looked at in The Justice Library, not one contained an invitation to get additional information. Not everyone would interpret a “Post your comment” as an invitation to inquire about a group. As with many websites, it is designed by folks who are intimately involved in the day to day work of TBR. It would be helpful to have someone look at the website with the eyes of a first time visitor. I would be willing to help if you feel it would be worthwhile.
  • Carolyn Burns
    commented 2020-06-27 19:28:12 -0500
    Looking forward to being a part of this group.
  • Kieran Brown
    commented 2020-02-15 11:58:37 -0600
    I saw this video from NYC, and feel the need to help spread the message about the ITEP rule in Louisiana and how it cripples millions of hardworking Americans. I think you will hear corporatists try and say that without these tax exemptions the companies would leave Louisiana, so I think that you guys would be well served addressing that talking point directly in future communications. Let me know what you think and any way that I can help and I will do my best on this.
  • Trent Strasburg
    commented 2020-02-04 09:20:20 -0600
    Can’t make the Tues meeting. I have NO Concert Band. This link:

    supports a pet issue of mine that many organizations wilt because the focus is all administrative and not about people and relationships. Just a thought :)


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